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Breathing practices for mind, body and every day. A scientific based breathing method to help optimise health, mental clarity and performance.

Embrace the future of leadership with breathwork

Do you find it difficult to keep your team focused and productive during stressful and uncertain times? If your team goal is to better focus, help concentration, feel calmer under pressure and help improve overall mental wellbeing then this corporate team breath training course is for you.

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Corporate Breathwork for Focus:

  • High stress level at work? Breathing methods for your team to learn how to better cope and improve concentration implementing daily scientific based breathwork.

  • Nervous before presentations? Find out how to prepare better mentally and step into your power before presentations.

  • Feeling overwhelmed? Daily easy to follow breathing exercises to help maintain focus and help work performance.

  • Is your workforce suffering from chronic fatigue and anxiety?

  • Does work require for your team to talk a lot during the day leaving them exhausted? Learn methods to cope better and improve energy levels.

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About 47% of our waking hours is spent thinking about what isn’t going on.
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Staying focused

When your mind is constantly stressed or pre-occupied, it is hard to stay focused. It seems us humans spend a lot of time thinking about what happened in the past, worry about what might happen in the future, or may just never happen at all.


Our mind wanders, our thoughts race, and if we are not on the 'watch out', we unconsciously attach emotions to scenarios played out solely in our mind. This appears to be our brain’s default mode of operation, and quite honestly, it is exhausting and in the long run unsustainable.

As a result, it does not really come as a surprise that we are feeling stressed and low at times. At night, you lie awake with a wired mind and an exhausted body.

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“The nose is for breathing, the mouth is for eating.”

Scientists discovered that our capacity to breathe has changed through the course of human evolution. We now know that how we breathe has notably worsened since the dawn of the Industrial Age. According to the scientists, 90% of us are breathing incorrectly. Dysfunctional breathing, like breathing through your mouth or breathing using your upper chest can either cause or aggrevate a list of chronic diseases. (See: Breath, the new science of a lost art by James Nestor)

On a positive note, some of these researchers were also showing that many of our modern illnesses such as asthma, anxiety, ADHD, sleep apnea, psoriasis, PTSD can either be reduced or reversed by coming back to how we are meant to be breathing. The Bohr Effect taught us that less volume air facilitates better oxygenation of the blood. The optimum breathing rate at rest is about 5.5 breaths per minute – 5.5 seconds inhaling and 5.5 seconds exhaling.

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breathe and
go slowly.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

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